A Tuesday update

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  1. It’s a morning of mixed reviews.

    First, is there a “snow, snow, go away” type song that I don’t know about? Yes it’s pretty. But it should be melting as it hits the ground!

    Next, I’m pleased to report that some nice vendor from Hong Kong shipped a new laptop power supply and battery for my aging favorite at a very reasonable price. It took a week, but darn, am I a happy girl. I had been letting my e-mail stack up on the road runner server and I didn’t have access to my full calendar for the last week. The world should be clicking along a little more smoothly now that I know what I’m supposed to be doing when.

    The only glitch is still not having access to the blog. Hopefully that will be resolved sometime today with a change from the hosting company to a different server. Time will tell.

    Until then, feel free to write your own posts. I’ll be checking in.

  2. Anyone else think BO is selling this stimulus package too hard?

  3. No. I have been wondering why we are talking about superficialities like jackets and rhinestones when there are serious matters at hand. Maybe other people are as confused about the stimulus package as I am?

    I listen to the pundits and the pols and find myself agreeing with both sides: no, I don’t want to fund your pet projects; yes, we should keep people from falling in the river. Yes, tax cuts would get money to people fast; no, I wouldn’t spend it.

  4. Tinkerbell says:

    I dunno, Cindy… is he using our TAX dollars to tell us why he needs more of our children’s and grandchildren’s TAX dollars to fund totalitarian government? And that it’s none of our business how it is spent?

  5. Randy in Richmond says:

    Get in line. Nancy Killefer, Obama’s pick to be the Whitehouse Chief Performance Officer, has withdrawn her name for the position, citing tax issues. What they actually need at the Whitehouse is a Chief Ringmaster. Quite frankly, this has become laughable.


  6. David Brooks has a proposal for separating the wheat from the chaff. Seems reasonable.